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for toyota. the troubled car maker said it is recalling 600,000 seanna minivans. toyota said rusting spare tire cables could break and create a road hazard. so far this year, toyota has recalled more than 8,000,000 vehicles. >> your dog or cat could be dangerous to your health. new study showed pets cause 80,000 injuries from falls. dogs are more likely to make you fall than cats. and women are more likely to fall than men. researchers do not suggest that you get rid of your pets. >> and a new study shows that even before they can walk, children choose their toys based on what is traditionally expected of their sex. researchers at the university of london gave infants and toddlers a group of seven toys. little boys were always more interested in items like cars, and soccer balls. and little girls were more interested in dolls and tide bears. study did not draw conclusions about whether the children were born with preferences or developed them during the first few months of life. >> fighting city blight. the community where wrecking balls were biz. >> ash cloud and the airlines. how long fl
get their way. >> and toyota takes a consumer report seriously. why it is putting the brakes on a luxury car. >> the vatican under fire again. what xÑ >> millions more americans will very well soon have access to medical coverage under the new health care reform spot. but will they have access to a doctor? right now the u.s. suffers from a severe shortage of doctors. and today baltimore neurosurgeon dr. ben carson predicts health care reform will have a dire impact. >> in fact, it will be much worse. because there is going to be fewer doctors. and more patients. and, you know, again, until we begin to establish the right kind of setting, it won't work. >> now, proponents of the particular reforms predict the number of physicians will actually increase, because millions of dollars will be pumped into the training of new physicians. >> that brings us now to the question of the day. how will health reform affect your quality of care? 33 percent say health care will improve. 58 percent say it will decline. and 9 percent say it will remain the same. kelly writes on facebook. hope
could be forced to pay. >> toyota fights back. with a -- what the car maker is doing to keep selling vehicles. >> and the orioles get the season started on the road. how they did against the rays. >> live in high definition, from wbff tv in baltimore, this is fox 45 news "late edition". >> hello again, i am jennifer gilbert. jeff barnd is off tonight. if you drive a car, you need insurance, and the price tag on that insurance, could be going up. if a new bill passes. john rydell reports, the state senate takes up a plan that could lead to an increase in car insurance rates. >> state lawmakers are bitterly divided over whether to increase the amount of insurance that a other drivers if they areect involved in accidents. a bill to increase the minimum amount of liability coverage drivers must carry has passed the house. almost 250,000 drivers would wind up paying more in premiums. supporters say the bill would actually help to pay for medical costs for those seriously injured in crashes, but opponents call it an indirect tax hike. >> it will be disproportionate on the low income, even
. what the golfing great told reporters as he gets ready to return to the game. >> toyota has more to worry about tonight. we will tell what you the troubled auto make ser now facing. >> and the shuttle mssi [ female announcer ] playtime will never be the same again, thanks to new pampers cruisers with dry max. ♪ hey!! [ female announcer ] they're not just 20% thinner... ♪ they're also 2 times drier. ♪ ♪ hey!! [ female announcer ] it's next generation dryness. ♪ new cruisers with dry max. so playtime never ends. only from pampers. >> tiger woods makes his return to golf. getting ready to play at the masters. but facing the media beforehand. phil keating has the story of what tiger told reporters today. >> tiger returns to the sport that made him famous. but first facing another media blitz before teing off at the masters. >> it is not about the championships. it is about how you live your life. and i had not done that the right way for awhile. i needed to change that. going forward, i need to be a better man going forward than i was before. >> tiger answering questions ab
of an elderly man. >> new trouble for toyota. the car being recalled now. >> and the cost of surgery, why maryland hospitals could be a better deal. >> live, in high definition, from wbff tv in baltimore, this is fox 45 news "late edition". >> gear, i am jeff barnd. >> and i am jennifer gilbert. new information tonight about the bullying going on at a west baltimore elementary school. sources tell us city school administrators have been to gilmore elementary investigating the allegations of violence involving kids attaining classmates. >> tonight kathleen cairns said a major change occurred for the child that first told us about the bullying you saw first on fox one week ago. >> everyone is talking about the bullies at gilmore elementary school. >> shanya is doing great now. >> shanya has been transferred to a new school at her mom's request after the disabled third grader was attacked by classmates. >> because i felt mad. and because people keep on teasing me, so i felt mad. so i wanted to jump out the window. >> after her story aired on fox 45. others came forward. >> they hit him with
. >> a bad grade for a luxury car. how toyota tonight is responding. >> live, in high definition, from wbff tv in baltimore, this is fox 45 news "late edition". >> hello again, i am jeff barnd. jennifer gilbert has tonight off. mayor suspends more than $1 million for a community action program. this half learning that some workers at the safe streets operation in west baltimore are now accused of using the program as a front for gang activity. monday, feds charged 13 people, investigators say two gang members worked for the non-profit group. and tonight we have reaction to the mayor's move. >> i know it will be hard on all of us. especially the outreach workers that love doing what they do. you know, that will affect the community that we serve. >> mayor stephanie rawlings-blake said the indictments raise many concerns about the program. >> a spike in home robberies has baltimore city police concerned at this hour. karen parks live at city police headquarters with more on the plan to fight back. karen? what is happening? >>well, jeff, police chief bealefield has beefed up patrols and prompt
. >> several democratic lawmakers considered taxing any airline considering carry on luggage fees. >> toyota pulls the plug on the lexis suv, toyota is recalling the 2010 lexis gx 460. recall affects about 9400 vehicles. last week consumer reports issued a don't buy warning on the vehicle saying it was susceptible of rolling over. >> tomorrow is the last day non-profits can actually apply for loans connected to the winter storm back in december. april 20 is the deadline to submit disaster loan applications. to the small business administration. the loans will help to fix property damage caused by the december 18th storm f you need more information, call the small business administration. and it is a toll free number. at 86592955. >> wal-mart means time scraps plans to keep a store in remington open 24 hours a day, wanted to do that initially. wal-mart plans to have the store open 6 a.m. to midnight. once open, the store will bring 200 plus new jobs, to the city of baltimore. >> i hope it would be okay on wednesday or thursday. i don't know. >> nobody knows. volcano woes still ahead. how much
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